Orange NSW one of eighteen regions in theHighway West, Central West & Blue Mountains NSW, family of websites.
Orange, Central West NSW
Phone 02 6362 3466
The historic Duntryleague guesthouse is situated in the botanical gardens setting of the Duntryleague's prestigious 18 hole championship golf course.
Built in 1876 for local businessman James Dalton, the building now offers 13 accommodation rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms.
Accommodation in this 19th century mansion is in four categories, from original master suites featuring four-poster beds (Mansion rooms) to
smaller guest rooms (Standard rooms). Many of the rooms are multi-bedded and suit the needs of families and groups.
All room rates include continental breakfast and a cooked breakfast is available for an additional charge on Saturdays and Sundays.
Considerable history and tradition surround Duntryleague mansion at Orange.
James Dalton migrated from Ireland in 1849 and became a successful businessman. He built Duntryleague mansion, now regarded as the
most elegant landmark in the district, as a family residence in 1876.
The name Duntryleague is derived from his birthplace in County Limerick.
With its high country climate, Orange enjoys four distinct seasons - mild summers - rich reds and golds in autumn - crisp frosty winters - and blossoms of flowering trees and shrubs in spring. Orange has many beautiful parks and gardens with Mt Canobolas the dominant landmark.
Accommodation at the magnificent 19th century mansion boasts self contained family suites, twin and double rooms and a romantic bridal suite with cedar four poster bed and all the comfort of modern facilities. Even the friendly ghost has been known to direct guests who lose their way in the mansion.
Duntryleague is the ideal venue for memorable wedding receptions, conferences, seminars, trade shows, meetings and presentations of any description.